Curl Crazy

Curl Crazy

Label.m’s new range of 4D Infinity Styling Irons is designed to help define, deconstruct and de-frizz your mane. Here are three stunning styles you can create with these must-have hair tools.

Whether you’ve tried to acquire the perfect ringlets with tightly screwed rollers, or slaved away an evening attempting seductive date-ready waves, there’s no denying that attaining the perfect curly do’ can be mission impossible. Thankfully, label.m’s new range of 4D Infinity Styling Irons have been designed to fulfil all your curl desires. The label.m 4D Infinity CURLER features a tapered barrel for tight ringlets or glamorous curls, whilst the 4D Infinity WAVER will achieve natural undone waves or more defined looks that you can tailor to your hair length and texture. Below, we list three standout styles to get you started.

Beachy Waves

For this style, the label.m Infinity 4D WAVER is your best friend. Start by wrapping your hair around the oval-shaped barrel, leaving some space between each coil. Hold for a few seconds, slowly undo the curl and repeat. Run your fingers gently through your hair for an undone look, and finish with label.m Weightless Hairspray to control frizz and tame flyaways.

Curly Shag

The ‘just-got-out-of-bed’ look isn’t as easy to achieve as it sounds. For natural waves that exude sex appeal, use the label.m Infinity 4D CURLER to first create tight ringlets. Break the curls with the label.m Detangling Comb for a dishevelled style, and work label.m Resurrection Style Dust into the roots for lift and volume.

70s Glamour

For full-bodied curls a la Barbarella, reach for the Infinity 4D WAVER. To achieve big, rounded curls, section hair and wind each strand over the barrel before releasing the newly formed curl. For a more natural look, try curling hair in alternate directions each time. Spray label.m Shine Mist for a glistening mane.

Purchase any of the 4D styling Irons and receive a free Heat Protection Spray worth £13.75 at participating salons.

  • Words: Monique Todd

  • Photography: Rosaline Shahnavaz, Lonny Spence